Young footballer Nathan Green's life took a different path when an injury scuppered his chances of playing for Premiership side Liverpool.
Two Nobel Prize-winners have doubled their gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to their Nobel medal.
Changes to the autumn teaching term and to the mid-year assessment period at Sussex are to be phased in over two academic years.
The University is seeking views from staff and students on the draft of a new strategic plan for Sussex for 2013-18.
More than 2,700 students, representing nearly 90 countries, will be conferred with degrees and diplomas at the summer graduation ceremonies next week.
In the latest video in the Research Forum series Dr Ben Burbridge discusses the representation of war in photography with Professor Maurice Howard.
A feast for the eyes awaits visitors to the Royal Pavilion at a display inspired by University of Sussex research that opens to the public on 15 June.
Sussex historian Dr Claire Langhamer talks in a TV documentary about how the Mass Observation Archive captured feelings about the 1953 coronation.
There’s a new scholarship scheme - aimed at Sussex undergraduates - for postgraduate study at Sussex.
A Sussex research student has been selected to exhibit her work at the 55th Venice Biennale – one of the world’s most influential art exhibitions.